For July’s poem, Annie Hayter reflects on the relationship between sexual abuse and denial, in the wake of recent revelations.
For June’s poem, Anita Barton-Williams shares a personal reflection on her heritage in light of the Windrush scandal.
For May's poem, Eleanor Penny reflects on the concept of home, exploring the political fractures within her heritage.
Our April poem comes from Kareem Parkins-Brown, as he performs his poem, 'Did You Pack Your Own Bags?'. Read our interview with Kareem for more about his poem and how poetry can be a powerful vehicle for change.
Our March poem comes from Laurie Ogden, as she performs her poem, 'Hunger Strike', inspired by the treatment of women detained at Yarl’s Wood. Read our interview with Laurie for more about her poem.
Our February poem comes from Jeremiah 'Sugar J.' Brown , as he performs his poem, 'I'm Rooting for Everybody Black'. Read our interview with Jeremiah for more about his poem and how poetry can be a powerful vehicle for change.